Lopez Island Camping
Its flat terrain makes Lopez a popular destination for bicyclists, and with campsites located close to the ferry landing, it couldn’t be easier to load up your gear and cycle to that perfect campsite. For those in a car, there are plenty of attractive, waterside camps further south on the island. Lopez offers campers sandy beaches, kayak and boat launches, forest trails, and beautiful views.
Our spacious camping area overlooks Fisherman Bay, with large central fire pit. Pool access is included, with hot showers. Some camp sites have electric hook up and fresh water is available for filling tanks. Mobile septic tank service visits on Wednesdays. Easy access to Lopez Village, parks, and beaches. [more...]
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An oasis of privacy (No RVs, children or pets) on 30 acres of woodland and meadow. Only one mile from Lopez Village with its unique restaurants and shops. Located across from Lopez Vineyards.
Gourmet Tent Camping: The only Lopez camping with showers. Camp building includes fireplace, flush toilets, barbecues, microwave, sink, coffee and bocce ball court. For luxury "Glamping" check out our camp nests. [more...]
San Juan County Parks provides beautiful shoreline parks on the ferry-served San Juan Islands. Campgrounds offer waterfront campsites, beach access & scenic views and accommodate tents and smaller RV's (no hook-ups; check for restrictions) for a unique "island” experience. Restrooms, picnic tables, fire-rings, picnic shelters, boat ramps. Day parks, too! [more...]
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Spencer Spit State Park, on Lopez Island, is a 138-acre marine and camping park. The park is named for the lagoon-enclosing sand spit on which it rests. There are many sheltered and unsheltered picnic tables, and two miles of hiking trails. The park has a reputation for excellent crabbing, clamming and "car-top boating." This is one of the few state parks in the San Juan Islands that is accessible by automobile. See website for more detailed information. [more...]